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About the Gladstone Eisteddfod

The Gladstone Eisteddfod Association Inc. is a non-profit organisation established in 1970.


The Eisteddfod's aim is to promote performing arts within the Gladstone community. Contestants of all ages and abilities have the opportunity to showcase their talents. This fair and friendly competition has four sections:


Instrumental, Vocal, Speech & Drama and Dance.

2023 Dates

Instrumental 6 August - 11 August

Piano, Guitar, Strings, Woodwind, Brass, Percussion.

Solos, Duo/Trios, Ensembles, Bands and Orchestras.

Speech & Drama 20 August - 22 August

Nursery Rhyme, Australian Poem, Verse, Lyric Verse, Character, Prose, Bible Reading, Mime, Impromptu, Storytelling and more!

Solos, Duologues, Groups and Choirs

Vocal 23 August - 26 August

Jazz/Blues, Modern, Sacred, Stage Show or Film or Musical, Classical, Part Singing and more!

Solos, Duo/Trios, Ensembles and Choirs

Dance 16 September - 22 September

Ballet, Character/Demi-Character, Lyrical/Free Movement, Interpretive, Cabaret/Novelty, Tap, Jazz and more!

Solos, Duos/Trios, Groups and Championships

2023 Committee

Vice President
Executive Secretary
Minutes Secretary

Pauline Porch
Erin Moynihan

Taryn Bye

Elizabeth Jones

Heidi Johnson

2023 Coordinators

Speech & Drama

Chris Allen

Hannah McMillan

Chelsea Elvery

Taryn Bye

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